Recipe Directions

Using half of the recipe for the Avocado Mayonnaise (http://goneraw.com/recipes/3689-Avocado-Mayonnaise), mix it up with up to 100ml of water (depending on how runny or thick you want the liquid part of the coleslaw). Set aside.

With regards to the next ingredients, add more of something if you want to or change the item for something else. Red onion could be used, kale leaf, romaine lettuce or anything you want.

Grate the onion. I used my food processor grater, but you could use a manual grater or even chop the onion by hand. Put aside in a large bowl.

Grate the carrots. Again, I used my food processor grater. Put aside in the large bowl with the onion.

I have made this using Little Gem Lettuce leaves, which I chopped by hand. I have also made the coleslaw using Chinese Leaf Lettuce, which I processed using the S blade in my food processor. Whatever way you want to get those leaves small just go for it! Add to the bowl containing the onion and carrots.

Add salt and pepper if required and stir the veg up.

Add the mayonnaise and mix the whole lot together.

The ingredients above made quite a bit of coleslaw! Which will last me a few days. Have fun experimenting with the ingredients!

DeborahBee's Thoughts

By DeborahBee

Coleslaw is one of the foods I loved to eat straight from the tub!

Using the recipe for Avocado Mayonnaise (http://goneraw.com/recipes/3689-Avocado-Mayonnaise) I have made a delicious coleslaw which is perfect for romaine wraps, adding to salads, using as a side dish, spooning onto crackers (or little gem lettuce leaves) or just eating as it is.

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Yeah, I think I added too much water and lemon juice to the mayonnaise, so when I went to eat the leftovers the water had separated from the rest of the mixture in the coleslaw and I had to mix it up with a fork, lol. It was super tasty though, and I ate it in two days. :D

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Glad you like it Rachel =)

I like making it extra creamy by not watering down the mayonnaise as much. It's just perfect to leave in the fridge for when I get a bit peckish x

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I just made this today, and it's really good! I love it.

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this is really yummy.

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this is really yummy.

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this is really yummy.

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It could have been the avocado. My husband brought it home not realising that a rock hard avocado couldn't be eaten that night. I cut it open and saw there was no way I could use it. As he hates to waste anything he put it in a paper bag on the counter. And 2-3 days later it was soft enough to cut up. but maybe it never really ripened.

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Hi inquisichick (nice name =) )

I've made this a few times and it's never been bitter. I don't use avocados when they've been opened longer than a day as they change colour. I don't know if they would turn bitter though. It's a possibility. If you try it again let me know how it turns out.

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I made this last night and it tasted bitter. I've made coleslaw before, the only difference last night was the avocado mayo. What do you think could have made it bitter? (I didn't add as much water or olive oil as the mayo called for.) The avocado had been cut open a few days ago, it was still hard so I left it sitting out. Could it get bitter?

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I love coleslaw so much!!! Thank you:-)

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Looks so good!! I am a cabbage LOVER and was trying to figure out how to make an authentic coleslaw. Thank you!

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